K-State Cancer Researchers Featured in Topeka Capital-Journal
Saturday October 30, 2010
KSU PROFESSORS RESEARCHING CANCER by Jan Biles
Kansas State University chemistry professor Stefan Bossmann is on a fishing trip. But instead of catfish or bass, he is looking to snag a new treatment for cancer.
As a professor at K-State’s Terry C. Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research, Bossmann is part of a team of K-State researchers who, since 2007, have been exploring nonparticle-induced hyperthermia — the use of iron-iron oxide nanoparticles to overheat or bore holes through cancerous tissue.
“The idea is to heat the cell until it dies,” he said.
Read the whole article at cjonline.com.